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Israel arrests members of Jewish extremist group

lehava extremistsIsraeli police on Tuesday arrested 10 Jewish activists from an extremist group opposed to Arab-Jewish coexistence, including its leader, in the first major clampdown against a fringe organization that has become a symbol of rising anti-Arab sentiment.

Police said the crackdown followed a 10-month undercover investigation of "Lehava," known for its efforts to break up Arab-Jewish romances. The group has become increasingly visible in recent months amid rising tensions around a sensitive Jerusalem holy site and a wave of deadly Palestinian attacks.

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Taliban kill 130, mostly children in Pakistan

Pakistan children killedAt least 130 people, most of them children, were killed Tuesday when Taliban gunmen stormed a military-run school in the northern Pakistan city of Peshawar, taking hundreds of students hostage in the bloodiest attack in the country in years. Police officials confirmed later in the day that six attackers were killed in the ensuing military raid.

"The combat operation is over. The security personnel are carrying out a clearance operation and hopefully they will clear the building in a while," police official Abdullah Khan told Agence France-Presse. "Dead bodies of six terrorists have been found in the building."

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Gunman, 2 hostages die in fiery end to Sydney siege

Sydney hostage situation endsA tense, 16-hour Australian hostage standoff ended with an eruption of gunfire and death when heavily armed police stormed a cafe in the heart of Sydney's financial center.

New South Wales state police Commissioner Andrew Scipione said the gunman and two hostages died in the fiery end to the crisis. Scipione, speaking at a press conference early Tuesday Australian time, said four of the 17 hostages and one police officer were injured. He lauded the hostages and police for their courage as the horror unfolded.

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Hostages Held Inside Australian Cafe, Islamic Flag Seen In Window

Australian hostages held in cafeHostages were being held inside a central Sydney cafe where a black flag with white Arabic writing could be seen in the window, local television showed on Monday, raising fears of an attack linked to Islamic militants.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he was convening a meeting of the cabinet's national security committee for a briefing on what he called a hostage situation in Australia's commercial capital.

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The Strange Case of the Christian Zionist Terrorist

LivvixAdam Everett Livvix may or may not be a Christian Zionist from Texas, or he may be a fugitive from Illinois, or both. He also has claimed he was a U.S. Navy SEAL. And he was indicted in Israel last week on charges he plotted to blow up sites holy to Islam.

Livvix, 30, is now in solitary confinement in the maximum-security Ayalon prison in Ramla, a city near Tel Aviv.

According to the prosecutor’s submission to the court outlining reasons for the indictment, which was obtained by The Daily Beast, there would seem to be ample incriminating evidence, but there also remain quite a few mysteries.

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Gulf markets plunge as OPEC says 'no set price' for oil

Gul markets plungeThe head of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, Abdalla Salem el-Badri, said Sunday that OPEC has no set price target for oil, according to the Wall Street Journal.

His comment, made at an event in Dubai, is likely to add further uncertainty to the turbulent oil market. The price of a barrel of light, sweet crude fell to $57.49, down from $98.17 at the end of 2013 -- a 41% decline.

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Washington undecided on U.N. resolution for Israel-Palestine

Wahington undecided on UN Israel-Palestine resolutionIsrael said it hoped the United States would veto any moves at the United Nations to set a time frame for its withdrawal from territory Palestinians seek for state, but a senior U.S. official said it was too early to say.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will meet Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Rome on Monday to discuss various proposals for a Palestinian state that are circulating at the United Nations.

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